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[texts]Oral Literature In Africa - Finnegan, Ruth
Learn about the tradition of African oral literature in this text, which is widely considered to be one of the most important books written on the subject.Recommended Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LIT.LS; Oral Literature; Storytelling--Africa
Downloads: 985
[texts]In Open Sea - Parvov, Ivan
"When Bubu finds a bottle in the sea with a call for help inside it, it is clear for everyone that a new adventure awaits. And this time he is not alone- his friends Oskar and Rico are coming with him. What lies ahead? Fearful sharks, a powerful storm, a sinking ship, and a new friendship. One thing is for sure: no one will remain dry in this amazing sea quest."Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LIT.LS; Shipwreck survival--Juvenile fiction; Shark--Juvenile fiction
Downloads: 71
[texts]Poems of Emily Dickinson - Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886
Emily Dickinson was an American poet that published around 1800 poems during her lifetime. Her works are thought to be among the most iconic poems of all time. The following is a collection of her poetry, including the famous works Because I Could Not Stop for Death, Behind Me Dips Eternity, and Hope is the Thing with Feathers. Recommended Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LIT.LS; Death--Poetry; Nature--Poetry; Poetry--American
Downloads: 233
[texts]Time Enough At Last (& Activity) - Venable, Lyn
What do you do at the end of the world when you're the only one left? Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LS; LIT.LS; Short Stories; Post-apocalyptic science fiction; Science Fiction; Games and Activities-- (Secondary)
Downloads: 26
[texts]It's Like This, Cat - Emily Cheney Neville
This Newbery Medal-winning novel tells the story of Dave Mitchell, a 14-year old boy living in the 1960s, and his titular pet cat as they go on adventures in New York City.
Keywords: cats; LIT; LIT.LS; Children's stories; Coming Of Age--Fiction; Animals--Fiction
Downloads: 78
[texts]Notable Women in History; the lives of women who in all ages, all lands and in all womanly occupations have won fame and put their imprint on the world's history - Abbot, Willis John
Although outdated, this book does provide an inspiration to young girls, giving them information about influential women through time; whether famous or infamous. Subjects include, but are not limited to; Cleopatra, Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Florence Nightingale, Clara Barton, Nell Gwyn, Louisa May Alcott, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte and Joan of Arc. Suggested Reading Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: REF; SOC; LIT; HIS; REF.LS; SOC.LS; HIS.LS; LIT.LS; Women--History; C3
Downloads: 161
[texts]Autobiography of Mark Twain
Learn more about the life of Samuel Clements aka Mark Twain, the American author that penned Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LIT.LS; LS; Non-fiction; Autobiographies; Authors; American--18h century--Biography
Downloads: 206
[texts]A Doll's House - Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906
A Doll's House is the story of Nora, a housewife that is constantly belittled by her husband Torvald. But when family financial issues come to light, Nora and Torvald's relationship begins to waiver. In the end, Nora must make a choice between duty and her own independence. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LIT.LS; Marriage--Drama; Motherhood--Drama; Feminism--Drama; LS; Fiction; Drama (Long)
Downloads: 89
[texts]The Legend of Sleepy Hollow - Irving, Washington, 1783-1859
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a famous American short story Ichabod Crane, a skeptical schoolteacher who moves to the small glen of Sleepy Hollow. He quickly finds love in the form of Katrina Van Tassle, the daughter of a wealthy farmer. But things in Sleepy Hollow aren't all that they seem. The townspeople live in dread a phantom spectre called The Headless Horseman, about which very little is known...
Keywords: LIT; LIT.LS; Ghosts--Fiction; Horror classics; Headless Horseman (Fictitious character); Sleepy Hollow (N.Y.)--Fiction; LS; Fiction; Short Stories
Downloads: 388
[texts]Harrison Bergeron (& Activity) - Vonnegut, Kurt
In a world where every person is equal, those that exhibit above-average intelligence are kept in check via loud earpieces to distract them from thinking too much. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LS; LIT.LS; Short Stories; Science Fiction; Mediocrity--Fiction; Gifted persons--Fiction; Dissenters--Fiction; Games and activities--(Secondary)
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[texts]The Jungle Book - Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936
The story of Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves, and his attempts to integrate into society. Suggested Reading Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; Mowgli (Fictitious character)--Juvenile fiction; Feral children--Fiction; LIT.LS; Animals--Fiction; Jungles--Fiction; Jungle animals--Fiction; India--Fiction; C3; Chapter Books (Long)
Downloads: 130
[texts]Treasure Island - Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894
The story of Jim Hawkins, an ordinary boy who finds his way to adventure and piracy on the high seas! Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary) OR LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: Treasure troves--Fiction; Pirates--Fiction; Treasure Island (Imaginary place) -- Fiction; LIT; LIT.UP; LIT.LS; Sea stories; C3; Chapter Books (Long)
Downloads: 120
[texts]The Poetical Works Of The Late Mrs. Mary Robinson - Robinson, Mary Darby
Mary Robinson was a poet, activist and actress during the English Georgian Era. She is most well known for her role as Perdita in The Winter's Tale and for being the very public mistress of King George IV. However, she wasn't just a pretty face. She continually proved herself as an activist for feminist rights and equality. The following is a collection of her poetry, which is mostly classified as Romantic...
Keywords: Romanticism; Romanticism--England; LIT; LIT.LS; Secularism--Poetry; Georgian poetry; Protofemenism--18th Century; Love--Poetry; Nature--Poetry; Sex--Poetry; Fashion--Poetry; Odes, English; Sonnets, English; Muses--Poetry
Downloads: 68
[texts]Little Women - Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888
The story of four sisters: Meg the prettiest, Amy the pickiest, Jo the most outspoken and Beth the most timid. Their journey towards becoming women in their own right begins when Jo decides to befriend the lonely grandson of the fearful hermit that lives next door. Along the way, the girls learn about, life, love, friendship and the bond of sisterhood. Suggested Reading Level: LS (Upper Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; New England -- Social life and customs -- Fiction; March family (Fictitious characters) -- Fiction; LIT.LS; C3; Mothers and daughters -- Fiction; Sisters -- Fiction; Chapter Books (Long)
Downloads: 234
[texts]Brave New World - Huxley, Aldous (1894-1963)
A science-fiction, distopian look at a globalized future in which every aspect of people's lives are controlled by a singular, centralized government. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Keywords: LIT; LIT.LS; Dystopias--Fiction; Government centralization--literature; Globalization--literature; Science fiction--20th century; London (England)--Fiction; Population control; Arrested development; Consumerism (Economics); Hallucinogenic drugs--Fiction; New Mexico--Fiction; Isolation (Philosophy)--Fiction; Savage--Fiction; Drug use
Downloads: 476
[texts]Science Fiction Collection (LP-US)
A collection of the following classic science fiction and corresponding curriculum: The Giver by Lois Lowry (UP)All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury (UP)Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut (LS)The Feeling of Power by Isaac Asimov (LS)Time Enough at Last by Lyn Venable (LS)Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (US)R.U.R (Rossum's Universal Robots) by Karel Copek (US)The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin (US)Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes (US)
Keywords: Science Fiction; Censorship--Fiction; Gender identity; Artificial intelligence; Literacy--Fiction; Robots--Fiction; Apocalyptic literature; Memory--Fiction; Technology--Fiction; Venus (Planet)--Fiction; LIT; LP; UP; LS; US; LIT.LP; LIT.UP; LIT.LS; LIT.US
Downloads: 406
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